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Phil Lesh and Friends Live at Terrapin Crossroads on 2013-05-12




Phil Lesh & Friends
"May Madness"
Telstar
The Grate Room
Terrapin Crossroads
San Rafael, CA
Sun. May 12, 2013

Phil Lesh - bass, vocals
John Kadlecik - guitar, violin, vocals
Anders Osborne - guitar, vocals
Jeff Chimenti - keyboards
Joe Russo - drums, percussion

8:15pm - 9:55pm

Jam >
What's Become of the Baby? pl >
Tomorrow Never Knows Jam > (New Potatoe Caboose hints)
Cryptical Envelopment pl >
Jam >
The Other One pl >
Jam (Jk hints of Interstellar Overdrive by Pink Floyd & Jacko Homo by Devo) >
The Other One pl >
Jam (funky) >
Dark Star pl, jk, ao >
What's Become of the Baby? pl >
Jam >
I Know You Rider pl, jk, ao >
What's Become of the Baby? pl
Donor rap

Set list compiled by Rob Scalcione

Because the Phans want to know!

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"Recorded with Panasonic HM-TA1 digital video camera in shirt pocket about 20’ away, slightly left of center stage. The TA1 can only record 30 minutes at a time - maximum and my batteries last about 1 hour and 15 minutes, so there are three cuts in this

continuous performance. MP4 files were converted to FLAC files using WinAmp. That’s just about it." Then those FLACs arrive on a cd, and were adjusted in Soundforge and Adobe Audition to clean up the cuts and add some significant equalization. The show was tracked into 18 cuts of approximately 5 minutes each using CD Wave. Checksums were made in TLC. That is all... Oh, this arrived as a mono recording and is now two tracks of the same...


Collection PhilLeshandFriends
Band/Artist Phil Lesh and Friends
Date May 12, 2013
Venue Terrapin Crossroads
Location San Rafael, CA


Notes

"Recorded with Panasonic HM-TA1 digital video camera in shirt pocket about 20’ away, slightly left of center stage. The TA1 can only record 30 minutes at a time - maximum and my batteries last about 1 hour and 15 minutes, so there are three cuts in this

continuous performance. MP4 files were converted to FLAC files using WinAmp. That’s just about it." Then those FLACs arrive on a cd, and were adjusted in Soundforge and Adobe Audition to clean up the cuts and add some significant equalization. The show was tracked into 18 cuts of approximately 5 minutes each using CD Wave. Checksums were made in TLC. That is all... Oh, this arrived as a mono recording and is now two tracks of the same...

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